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University of North Carolina Wilmington
Course:
Ednl 322 - Math Laboratory
Math Laboratory Documents

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Mathematics Lab Course K 6 EDNL 322 800 Fall 2007 Ms Karen R Chandler Education Building Room 260 e mail chandlerk uncw edu Office 962 4038 Home 251 7656 Course Description Corequisite EDN 322 Designed to provide students with supervised tutorial experiences with elementary school aged children Focus on observation of students development of math lesson plans math instruction for individual students evaluation of student performance interacting with parents and reflecting on instructional performance Conceptual Framework The Watson School of Education strives to develop highly competent professionals to serve in educational leadership roles EDNL 322 Math Laboratory supports this framework through discussions class activities readings field experience Taskstream interactions and evaluations These projects afford students the opportunity to develop the following competencies Informed data driven decision making Reflective practice Commitment to ethical and professional standards Knowledge in academic content and pedagogy Technology integration Ability to meet needs of diverse learners Knowledge and use of appropriate communication strategies Individual student growth in these areas will result in educational practice that positively impacts learning Objectives 1 Generate a synthesis of diagnostic data relevant to math instruction of a child 2 Demonstrate ability to make appropriate decision regarding math lesson planning 3 Design activities to help a child develop concepts learn number facts and other math skills 4 Generate instructional sequences for those of the following which are appropriate Classification Numeral formation Whole number algorithms Seriation Place Value Basic fact mastery Patterning Basic Operations Money and time Concept of number Fractions decimals Graphing Rote counting Intuitive Geometry Probability and Statistics Estimation Measurement Problem solving 5 Generate effective oral and written communication with parents and professional educators 6



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